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301. Fluoride in the prevention of dental caries: a tentative cost-benefit analysis

Fluoride in the prevention of dental caries: a tentative cost-benefit analysis Fluoride in the prevention of dental caries: a tentative cost-benefit analysis Fluoride in the prevention of dental caries: a tentative cost-benefit analysis Davies G N Record Status This is a critical abstract of an economic evaluation that meets the criteria for inclusion on NHS EED. Each abstract contains a brief summary of the methods, the results and conclusions followed by a detailed critical assessment (...) and are the fluoridation process, and dental caries. Price information related to 1970. Currency UK pounds Sterling (). Sensitivity analysis No sensitivity analysis was carried out. Synthesis of costs and benefits Outcome and cost duration was 8 years. Fluorosis has been discussed and estimated to be a negligible concern. CRD Commentary (This commentary was not written by CRD, but by the authors of the DH Register.) The paper has not addressed the likelihood of accidental over fluoridation with its costs

1973 NHS Economic Evaluation Database.